It is a rare thing to find a trio as talented as Bhán Tré. Meaning ‘three women’ in Gaelic, Bhán Tré express a true respect for the musical traditions of the Emerald Isle. Their third album ‘Banshee On Your Heel’ conjures images of the haunting and mystical feminine of Irish folk-law. Bhán Tré weave together some inspiring originals as well as traditional tunes with the sounds of fiddle, vocal harmonies, guitar, bodhran, uilleann pipes and tin whistle.

Bhán Tré are gaining an Australia-wide profile as they are regularly seen on the local and national festival circuit. Based in Melbourne, Geraldine Davis, Rebecca Nita and Sue Foley have been performing together for four years and this beautifully crafted album is their most mature work yet. Highlights include tracks The Stony Walls of Koroit and Pete St John’s The Fields Of Athenry.